1940′s Hollywood Vintage Lighting Workshop

What a blast! On October 14, our Lighting Workshop Team  took a trip back in time to Hollywood in the 40′s. With seven gorgeous models to work with our student photographers enjoyed a fabulous day at the Arizona Wing of the Commemorative Air Force at Falcon Field with WWII Vintage Aircraft.

The setting was brought to life as we ventured back through the halls of time. Our models were fitted with 40′s styled attire and one of our models, Shannon Feeney, wore her grandmother’s authentic 40′s Navy Wave Uniform.

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Shannon Feeney wears an authentic Navy Wave Uniform

Jaime Richards poses as Rosie the Riveter

Close up of Shannon in Navy Wave Uniform

Shannon Depicting Veronica Lake

WWII Vintage Aircraft.

Adrienne Jamisen Photographed by Krista Tomlin

Setting the Stage with Light at Falcon Field

Preparing for an upcoming Lighting Workshop on October 14, 2012 to be held at Falcon Field Air Museum, Elizabeth Riley, one of the models for the workshop, gracefully poses for a vintage portrait to depict a four light portable studio with off camera shoe mount strobes.

The following image depicts and graphically shows the placement of the four shoe mount strobe units and the quality of light they provide. For more information on my Lighting Workshops visit: Link to Photographic Lighting Workshops


While you are there, check out the September 1, 2012 Lighting Workshop!

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Outdoor Lighting Workshops – Tripping the Light Fantastic!

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Evening Lighting with Speed Lights and Gels

Learn simple principles of Photographic Lighting and take your photography to the Next Level!

On March 24, 2012 we convened for the second in a series of Lighting Workshops which are taught every 4 to 6 weeks.

In our first meeting in February, we explored the concepts of Dimensional Outdoor Lighting, looking for five key ingredients.

Background: framing the subject.
Foreground: allowing your subject’s eyes to be open, not squinting.
Main Light: creating the direction of light to sculpt the facial features.
Fill Light: to lift the shadows.
Hair Light: creating separation and dimension.

The concepts were taught by positioning three speed lights to show the relationships of Dimensional Light.

This was followed by working with Diffusers and reflectors to mimic the Dimensional Lighting concepts using available light.

These principles were expanded on in our second Workshop, held March 24 with the Grand Finale exploring the use of Speed Lights and Gels in the early evening for the article opening image.

Here is the Lighting setup formula!

The Lighting Setup

A full explanation of this Lighting Setup and how it embraces the five Key Dimensional Elements to Dimensional Lighting, are revealed in the Workshops.

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Learn the Secrets of Dimensional Lighting

Anna Lisa

Learn Dimensional Lighting

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Learn the Art of Outdoor LightingJoin Rebecca and I on Feb 11,2012  for an adventure in Outdoor Lighting!

Join us at the Scottsdale Civic Center from 1:30pm to 6:30pm for five full hours of Outdoor Portrait Lighting. We will be learning the traditional principles of Photographic Portrait Lighting, while utilizing available light, reflectors, diffusers and small strobe units or Speed Lights. We will learn how to find light at any time during the day and how to create light when we need it. Please bring your Digital Camera a box lunch and adequate water. You may bring reflectors and additional gear that you would like to learn how to use. Note: We will be using small Radio Slaves to trigger the Speed Lights. All equipment demonstrated is available at Tempe Camera. We will be meeting at the Scottsdale Civic Center.

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David Lloyd (480) 284-5516